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Noida

History

Bringing sunshine into the lives of vulnerable is the sole motto of Udayan Care. We are working in various spaces to assist our community wherever needed. Noida is one of the prime locations of Uttar Pradesh and has a very non-uniform population. It is a mixed breed of developed and destitute community.

With our unshakable spirit to bring positive changes to the destitute community, we opened one Udayan Ghar(Boys) in 2007 for children without families and a similar one for girls in 2008 at Noida. The Home offers care and protection to these children and makes them feel at home.

We started one new chapter of Udayan Shalini Fellowship in 2019 at Noida. It aims to support the higher education of girls who are socially or economically challenged. It also offers very robust training and mentoring to enable the girls to get a job. Currently, USF is supporting 50 Shalinis at the Noida Chapter.

Udayan Care Information Technology Centre, initially opened at Kot village (Dadri) in 2013 with the support of Serve Samman Trust and Volga Transmission Pvt Ltd. However, since enrollment was low in that area, the centre was shifted to Bhangel in 2016. Since then, the centre is doing good in enrolling youth from the urban slum area.

In January 2020, we got support from HCL Foundation, under its HCL Uday programme, to open a large Udayan Care IT Training Centre, called Yuvakendra, in Sector 57, Noida to train 300 youth in 15 months for specific job-oriented courses. Their support for the project is still continuing.